Ubuntu Snappy Core and Raspberry Pi 2 Powered Mycroft Device Successfully Funded

We reported a month ago that a group of engineers, open-source aficionados, and Linux enthusiasts started a new Kickstarter campaign for a device called Mycroft, which has been dubbed “An Open Source Artificial Intelligence For Everyone.” Mycroft aims to be the world’s first open-source and open-hardware AI (Artificial Intelligence) device for home users. It is powered by the well-known Raspberry Pi 2 SBC (Single-Board Computer) and Canonical’s Snappy Ubuntu Core operating system. On September 8, with approximately 48 hours left, the Mycroft project managed to raise over $110,000 (€98,000), which means that the device was successfully funded, and it will arrive in users worldwide on July 2016. “We have successfully funded our Kickstarter campaign! Let us thank you and learn about whats in store for they Mycroft team! Remember to…


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